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Old 07-25-2007, 05:38 PM   #1
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It looks like the most direct route will be I90 to Hwy 81 south through South Dakota and Nebraska to hwy 30 in Nebraska and then east to Wahoo.

Is this a good route or is there a better one?

Is this route doable in a 32' Class A with a toad? Also, are there any problems I might encounter, for instance low bridges or major road construction?

Thanks for your help.
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It looks like the most direct route will be I90 to Hwy 81 south through South Dakota and Nebraska to hwy 30 in Nebraska and then east to Wahoo.

Is this a good route or is there a better one?

Is this route doable in a 32' Class A with a toad? Also, are there any problems I might encounter, for instance low bridges or major road construction?

Thanks for your help.
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:59 PM   #3
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Never been on those roads, but my mapping program shows all the roads you mention are US routes.

I'd go that way with my rig.
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OK, Thank you. Hwy 81 looks like the way I'll go.
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